The Code of Conduct to achieve a terrorism-free world will be launched by the UN

The Code of Conduct to achieve a terrorism-free world will be launched in New York. A draft of the code, following the initiative of the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, was created. President Nazarbayev addressed the members of the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly. He called for the creation of a Global Antiterrorist Coalition under the auspices of the UN. Representatives of mission from different countries, as well as international experts on counter-terrorism, took part in the work of the Code of Conduct. Kazakhstan has managed to gather all the regional groups around the negotiating table as well as listen to all opinions and recommendations. The signing ceremony of the draft is scheduled for end-September. It will take place during the high-level General Debate of the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly in New York. ASEAN countries have also supported Kazakhstan’s initiative and ready to sign the agreement.

SUHAIMI TAJUDDIN, PERMANENT MISSION OF MALAYSIA TO UNITED NATIONS:

 - Terrorism is a real threat and an enemy for all countries of the world. The focus has been taken by almost all countries to find. The initiative by Kazakhstan is an opportunity for all countries to show the particular will and addressing this issue.